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Behavior/Instructional Coach

Hays, Kansas
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Salary and Benefits:  The district’s salary schedule has 12 categories, with salaries ranging from $40,000 to $61,650.  A fringe benefit package is included.

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Job Title: Behavior/Instructional Coach

Category – Certified -SPED

Employment – Contract

Salary - $40,000 to $61,650

Location - District Wide

Experience – Past SPED Teaching Experience Preferred

Degrees – Teaching License/SPED Endorsement/LCSW



Licensure Requirements

Candidates should be licensable as a special education teacher, school social worker, or other related license.



Behavior/Instructional Coach

This position is responsible for assisting teachers in providing classroom and behavioral supports for students in general education and special education settings.  The interventions will be proactive and evidence-based in nature to support students in being served in their least restrictive environment. 

Job duties for this position will include:

·       Develop behavior plans and specific intervention plans for students and assist in their implementation, including using appropriate resources and technology to promote development of critical thinking, problem solving, and pro-social behavior in students, working with students in classrooms to reach goals as determined by their educational plan, and conducting ongoing follow-up assessment/evaluation/observation of progress on the behavior plans.

·       Assist teachers in the identification and development of individualized behavior interventions intended to change behaviors, using evidence-based strategies.

·       Collect data regarding student behaviors and recommend appropriate instructional modifications to develop responsible thinking and decision-making skills in students. Identify and implement appropriate interventions for students in need of additional assistance.

·       Develop the skills and self-esteem necessary for identified students to exercise meaningful options in areas of school, leisure, and inter/intrapersonal relationships. Provide support to students who display impulsive behaviors, low self-esteem, and impaired social skills.

·       Work in a collaborative manner with peers and school personnel to fade and extend support when appropriate across settings.

·       Perform other duties that are assigned by special education administration and mentors.

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